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  • Blog Post: If you're feeling low

    Cancer is tough. It doesn’t just affect your body; it’s an emotional upheaval too. But there are things you can do to help yourself cope, from simply reading a web page, to trying to open up to someone close. In this blog, we explore these and other tips for coping with a low mood. Whether...
  • Blog Post: My ramblings on preparing for Radiotherapy

    I have been thinking more and more recently that I never really wrote about my preparation for Radiotherapy Treatment. It might be useful to other people reading the blog and so I am going to add it now. In the run up to treatment starting ....... I tried to look after myself with a good diet and...
  • Blog Post: Has cancer affected your mental health?

    “You lose interest in everything. You lose your appetite. Nothing seems to give you a lift any more, and you wonder why, because you know it should do.” – Alfie, 66, living with prostate cancer Watch Alfie’s story about cancer and coping with depression . On the Online...
  • Blog Post: Living with the consequences of cancer

    Do these words strike a chord with any of you? This quote is from one of the many people who have told us that they are struggling with the long-term effects of cancer and its treatment. I think we can all agree that it’s good news that more and more people are surviving cancer, and that people...
  • Blog Post: Black Dog

    (undated) Sometimes with a blog there’s nothing to write about…. sometimes too much. Other times you tend to just feel that yet another post on a similar theme is going one step too far. But hey… who is this blog for… not you. Me. Between this blog, my small...
  • Blog Post: notes for today

    So the past few weeks have been hectic and eventful. So many extraneous things going on in the family, i.e., legal issues with visitation for ex's parents with the children; family visiting from Los Angeles; new splint issues for poor little Emmie, which included having to buy a pushchair on the...
  • Blog Post: settling in

    Depression is starting to rer its ugly head in a noticable way. I find I'm quite detached from the family in general, despite being with them 24/7. Everything irritates me. I don't want to go anywhere or get anything done. I'm eating like I don't know what. I want to cry but I feel like...
  • Blog Post: Helping my MIL through her treatment

    Hi My MIL has just started her chemo (yesterday). She was very upbeat and was, pleasantly suprised at how much better it was than she had feared and initillly thought. She returned home after 2 hours drip feed treatment with steroids and was very positive. Today, she has woken in a very different...
  • Blog Post: 337 days later ......

    Hello everyone. So you thought I drop off this planet, well nope I did not. Let me bring you up to speed, after my operation, life seemed to return to normal, I had the 6 weeks off work, but when I returned things just did not seem to be the same, as someone whom works for the railway I have to...
  • Blog Post: stepdad cant cope with loss of my beautiful mumx

    well i thought things would calm down a bit after mums funeral etc but my stepdad has now been sent to the local mental health hospital for a three week stay maybe longer after he had a breakdown following mums death .hes been outside his bungalow shouting that mum was stealing his car ,hes called police...
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